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[movies]A Million Dollars Later
A unique take on Bush's August 21, 2003, fund raising trip to the Pacific Northwest of the U.S., this video isn't just another document of another local protest. With a montage of video and interviews from the Seattle and Portland Bush protests, this film illustrates a brief but penetrating analysis of the Bush nightmare by William Rivers Pitt. "A million dollars Later" exposes the A21 conspiracy by the Portland police to take vengeance on peace encampment activists...
Keywords: portland indymedia; bush; protest; police state
Downloads: 362
[movies]Day X
When the U.S. military invaded Iraq on March 20, direct action and civil disobedience erupted all around the country. In Portland, Oregon, crowds of people tried to "shut down the city" and managed to block three interstate highways and as many bridges, as well as occupy a major intersection until far into the night. Police were brutal in their response. Independent videographers outnumbered corporate cameramen by a large margin, and this documentary is the best coverage of the night of resistan...
Keywords: portland indymedia; anti-war; protest; police brutality
Downloads: 771
[movies]Fuck the Corporate Media
"Fuck The Corporate Media" analyzes the tactics, both subtle and blatant, employed by the corporate media to control your mind. This video covers just one day in the lies of the corporate media. See for yourself how they sell us out in this startling comparison between what really happened on August 21st, 2003 in Portland, Oregon, and what they say about what happened. Fuck the corporate media!
Keywords: portland indymedia; bush; protest; corporate media; police state
Downloads: 1,439 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[movies]Li2U News
During street protests after the U.S. government's invasion of Iraq in March 2003, police in Portland, Oregon, became brutal in their treatment of activists on the street. Furious about the unfair, pro-cop, pro-violence coverage of these events by the local corporate media, media activists put together a video showing the real story and gave it to the corporate media. Corporate media was very selective in what it chose to air, however, and this video exposes how they still told lies even when gi...
Keywords: portland indymedia; anti-war; protest; corporate media; police brutality
Downloads: 301
[movies]Portland A22 Bush Protest
On August 22nd, 2002, the people of Cascadia came to the streets of Portland, Oregon, in the first post-9/11 protest against the illegal bush regime. People still believed in the US constitution back then, so they brought their children to an event that was supposed to have been a non-violent expression of their right to dissent. Although the crowd was peaceful, they were met by phalanxes of armed riot police, snipers crouching on rooftops, and helicopter gun ships threatening from the sky...
Keywords: portland indymedia; bush; protest; police brutality; police state
Downloads: 1,377 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Li2U News
This MP4 format of the classic Portland Indymedia video is compatible with the Democracy Internet Television Platform available for free at www.getmiro.com/. During street protests after the U.S. government's invasion of Iraq in March 2003, police in Portland, Oregon, became brutal in their treatment of activists on the street. Furious about the unfair, pro-cop, pro-violence coverage of these events by the local corporate media, media activists put together a video showing the real story and gav...
Keywords: portland indymedia; antiwar; protest; corporate media; police state
Downloads: 3,020
[movies]Fuck the Corporate Media
This MP4 format of the classic Portland Indymedia video is compatible with the Democracy Internet Television Platform available for free at www.getmiro.com/. "Fuck The Corporate Media" analyzes the tactics, both subtle and blatant, employed by the corporate media to control your mind. This video covers just one day in the lies of the corporate media. See for yourself how they sell us out in this startling comparison between what really happened on August 21st, 2003 in Portland, Oregon, and what ...
Keywords: portland indymedia; bush; protest; corporate media; police state
Downloads: 9,440 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(5 reviews)
[movies]Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness - Portland Oregon - Joe Anybody
Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness filmed in Portland Oregon More Info on Portland indymedia: http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421363.shtml
Keywords: Michelle Alexander; Joe Anybody; Portland Indymedia; The New Jim Crow; Portland; JoAnn Hardesty; The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration
Downloads: 392
[movies]Video: Portland Human Rights Commission - meeting 12.5.12 - Joe Anybody
The monthly meeting of the Portland Human Rights Commission HRC on 12.5.12 is here: http://youtu.be/wp0Ouki0qy8 [video 2.hr 32.min] This month the Portland HRC meeting, which is open to the public, was filmed at OAME (Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneur's) office Their office was located 4134 N Vancouver Street Their website is -- http://oame.org/ HRC meetings are usually around 2 hours 30 minutes long, the meetings are held on the first Wed of the month, numerous times the meetings will...
Keywords: Joe Anybody; Portland Indymedia; indymedia; Human rights; Portland Human Rights Commission; PHRC; HRC; video; public meeting; PDX; OAME; Oregon; Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneur's
Downloads: 229
[movies]Canada's Tar Sands: Destination Anywhere? - WSU 2.6.14 Lecture by professor Ian Urquhart - Joe Anybody
Public Lecture presented by WSU Center for Social and Environmental Justice: Canada's Tar Sands: Destination Anywhere? - WSU 2.6.14 Lecture by professor Ian Urquhart [ This same video is also posted in higher resolution on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/ANtE6R8enJE ] Did you know that the Northwestâs fossil fuel exports pose emissions the equivalent of seven Keystone XLs? Or that weâre gearing up to host hundreds more oil trains on our rails ever yearâthe same kind that exploded in Quebec last...
Keywords: Joe Anybody; WSU; Ian Urquhart; Center for Social and Environmental Justice; fossil fuel; Tar Sands; Keystone XLs; Keystone pipeline; Tar; Oil; Canada; Fist Nations; Idle No More; Native Americans; Environment; Damage; sustainability; University of Alberta; oil in sand; Environmental Justice; Indymedia; Portland Indymedia; WSU University; political lecture; Justice; Land; Water; Protection; protest; oil; dirty oil; capitalism; profits; political science; Oregon; Washington; Canadian Oil Sands
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